|Regional Development Grants|
Have you considered applying for a 2011–2012 Regional Development Grant? Regional Development Grants provide funds for special projects within the regions that promise to benefit the scholarly and professional life of AAR members and do the work of the AAR in the regions. Workshops, special programs, training events, and other innovative regional projects may be funded through this source. Where possible, projects are designed so that they may be duplicated or transported to other regions.
Applications should include a narrative description of the project detailing how the project promises to benefit the scholarly and professional life of AAR members and the work of the region. Please include comments on how these projects or activities may be adapted to other regional groups. The application should state the time period covered by the project and provide a detailed budget (office expenses, travel expenses, honoraria, stipend, and other expenses). Institutional overhead costs should not be included in this budget. No grant will exceed $4,000.
August 1, 2011 — Grant proposals due to Regional Directors
Successful Regional Development Grants from Prior Years: 2010–2011 Winners
Anthony Cirelli, Saint John’s University
Michael Bradley Jr., Georgia Perimeter College
Rosalind I. J. Hackett, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Andrew O. Fort, Texas Christian University
Rebecca Moore, San Diego State University